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Sir John Major isn't the only former Conservative Party prime minister getting an airing today. Channeling the original Material Girl, the Independent reports that Madonna has posted her admiration for Baroness Thatcher on Instagram. To the fury of many of her fans. David Cameron speaks to Conservative Party supporters during a campaign stop in Horstforth, Yorkshire The defence and overseas aid budgets should be seen as part of a combined "national security" effort, David Cameron has said.
The Prime Minister has faced criticism from members of his own party over his failure to commit to spending 2 per cent of GDP in defence, despite remaining committed to spending 0. 7 per cent of national income on overseas aid.
Speaking at a 'PM Direct' question and answer session in Yorkshire, Mr Cameron said: "I don't see the defence budget over here, and the foreign office budget over here, and the aid budget over here - to me they are all part of our responsibility as a nation and part of our national security. " The Prime Minister gave an impassioned defence of overseas aid spending, saying: "I profoundly believe it is meeting a moral promise we made to the rest of the world and it is also strongly in our national interest.
" Asked about Conservative plans in light of Ukip's opposition to aid spending, Mr Cameron said: "We made a very clear promise about our aid budget back in opposition, I said Britain had made a promise to get to 0.